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obesity still presents with two people who have studied the epidemic closely. michael moss is a pulitzer prize winning writer for the new york times. his new book "salt, sugar, fat. how the food giants hooked us." looks at how companies have contributed to weight gain. and dr. william dietz is the former director of the division of nutrition, physical activity, and obesity at the c.d.c. michael moss, let me start with you. i know there are caveats and things to be further explained, but just the gross statistics: adults consuming fewer calories from fast food, children consuming fewer calories overall. that's good news, isn't it? >> well, that's fabulous news for nutritionists who are concerned about these foods. i mean, these are among the foods that we all hate to love because they're cal or willally dense. they pack in huge amounts of sugar, fat, and salt into small packagings and no doubt have contributed greatly to the obesity epidemic as well as other health concerns, diabetes, etc., in this country. >> suarez: dr. dietz, is there a "not so fast" moment waiting here? are you worrie
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to be reformed. pulitzer prize-winning reporter michael moss reports from inside the labs and boardrooms of the processed foods industry in "salt sugar fat." in the battle of bretton woods, benn steil, senior fellow and director of economics at the council on foreign relations recounts the united nations' monetary conference that took place in bretton woods, new hampshire, and resulted in the creation of the international monetary fund and the international bank for reconstruction and development. now part of the world bank group. education journalist sara carr followed a student, a new teacher and a principal through the new orleans school system after hurricane katrina in "hope against hope: three schools, one city and the struggle to educate america's children." look for these titles in bookstores this coming week and watch for the authors in the near future on booktv and on booktv.org. >> i want to move to the role of publishers in this new world. it used to be that publishers would take care of all distribution, they would take care of production, and they would provide the advance.
, but i'm really proud. i've heard he has done a great job. >> randy moss is drawing attention this week. michael crabtree will likely have a bigger impact. he is colin's go to guy. jerry rice is impressed. >> crabtree she like a new receiver. they have a connection. you can see the chemistry on the football field. whenever he has one on one coverage, kaepernick is going to throw him the football. >> the last time the niners were in the superbowl, steve young threw a record 6 touchdowns. young could hurt you both with arm and legs, kaepernick may be more dangerous. >> people tell me, he throws a hardball, not necessarily accurate but the touch but the chicago game, hey, we got the wrong thing on this kid. he can make all the throws. rest of it will be experience to deal with all the things that come up. if he can put a superbowl in his pocket throwing the ball with the leg, people are excited. >> stanford's coach is first one to win 400 games. this set its up a basket. 86-62 the final. stanford improves to 19-2. after shooting a 60 in the first round of the phoenix open, phil mickelson c
moss has drawn a lot of attention this week. michael crabtree will likely have a bigger impact during the game. he's quickly become colin kaepernick's go-to guy. jerry rice has been impressed with their chemistry. >> crabtree, my god, he's like a new receive. they have a connection. you can see that chemistry on the football field. i think whenever he has like one-on-one coverage, kaepernick is going to throw him the football. >> the last time the niners were in the super^bowl, steve young threw a record six touchdowns as san francisco routed san diego. the hall of fame quarterback is now work as an analyst with espn. kaepernick may be kaepernick may be more dangerous. >> he throws a hardball, not necessarily accurate or has the touch, but i went to chicago and i thought we have the wrong book on this kid. he can make all the throws. you don't do that as a kid. that's special. the rest will be experience. he will deal with all the things that come up. but if he can put a summer boller in his pocket as a young player that he is it, throwing the ball that he is it with the legs, you can
, randy moss has drawn a lot of attention this week. michael crabtree will likely have a bigger impact during the game. he's quickly become colin kaepernick's go-to guy. jerry rice has been impressed with their chemistry. >> crabtree, my god, he's like a new receive. they have a connection. you can see that chemistry on the football field. i think whenever he has like one-on-one coverage, kaepernick is going to throw him the football. >> that's sports for saturday morning. i'm rick kwan. mike shumann will be live from new orleans at 5:00. >> coming up next, getting schools and students ready for the unthinkable. what teachers and even children are learning to do if someone starts shooting. >>> and the latest cabinet member announces he is leaving the obama administration. what energy >> the sandy hook elementary school shooting as sparked an intense debate on school safety. one security company in texas has seen a dramatic increase in the number of people wanting to get trained on how to respond to a shooter on campus. the training called alice stands for alert, lock down, inform, coun
heard he has done a great job. that means the world. >>reporter: randy moss drawn a lot of attention this week michael crabtree will likely have a bigger impact during the game. he's quickly become kaepernick go to receiver. rice has been impressed with the chemistry. >> crabtree my god he's like a new receiver. they have a connection. you can see that chemistry on the football field. i think whenever he has like one-on-one coverage kaepernick is going to throw him the football. >>reporter: last time the 9ers were in a superbowl san francisco routed san diego steve young threw a record 6 touch down passes today the hall of fame quarterback talked to larry. >> 18 years after certain somebody won a superbowl for the san francisco 49ers. it has been too long for the red and gold. >> well, just saying. that i regret 98. i regret 92. it's like you think of the things that you came close to. so grateful forever 94 and great year. the run we had at the time. look back. man we were so close so many times grit to see the 49ers back. >> what is your gut tell but a guy making the t
a fake throw it to moss. hello. big playbook and that is what you come up with. >> so, apparently what we understand is that on that final play, they threw 3 short passes to michael crabtree. and on the final one, kaepernick called an audible. not the original play. called it on the pass to phos that was overthrown. >> we will wonder what that play was. that is something that he will have to live with. he says tonight -- and for the rest of his life. this will eat at him. >> i think you hit the nail on the head when you said that play, that play was for randy moss. that is why he was on this football team to begin with. that is his signature play. if he is there that is caught. >> i don't care if he is 70 years old. he can jump higher than anybody. jump out of this building. though it up high. let him go get it. win the game. make history and then go home. >> okay. >> let's talk about vernon davis. well is obviously questionable calls in the game as well. including the end that harbaugh wanted to be called. >> i definitely thought they woul
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